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Ireland Prince William addresses the 'many wrongs' of Britain and Ireland's 'troubled past' as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continue their official visit to Dublin

22:55  04 march  2020
22:55  04 march  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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The Duke of Cambridge is set to speak about the 'troubled past' between Britain and Ireland in a keynote speech while on his tour of the country. 

William and Kate are making their first official visit to Ireland with a three-day trip, which began yesterday and will take them from Dublin to Galway.

Tonight, William will highlight reconciliation, similar to how the Queen did in 2011, when she visited Ireland and offered sympathy to those who had suffered in the centuries of conflict between Britain and Ireland. 

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The Duke is expected to speak about the Troubles and 'many wrongs' of the two countries' 'complex' shared history at a reception hosted by Tánaiste Simon Coveney in Dublin this evening.

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and woman posing for a picture: Prince William is expected to speak about the Troubles and 'many wrongs' of Ireland and the UK's 'complex' shared history at a reception hosted by Tánaiste Simon Coveney in Dublin © Provided by Daily Mail Prince William is expected to speak about the Troubles and 'many wrongs' of Ireland and the UK's 'complex' shared history at a reception hosted by Tánaiste Simon Coveney in Dublin

William, who will give the keynote speech, is expected to say: 'Growing up I remember seeing the troubles that took place, which affected so many people across the UK and Ireland.

'This explains why one of the truly profound moments for Catherine and I took place yesterday when we laid a wreath at the Garden of Remembrance.

'It was a reminder of the complexity of our shared history, and as my grandmother said during her visit in 2011, ''our islands have experienced more than their fair share of heartache and turbulence''.

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Simon Coveney, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge standing next to a person in a suit and tie: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend a reception hosted by Tanaiste, Simon Coveney, in central Dublin, as part of their three day visit to the Republic of Ireland © Provided by Daily Mail The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend a reception hosted by Tanaiste, Simon Coveney, in central Dublin, as part of their three day visit to the Republic of Ireland

'But it was also a reminder of how far we have come. It is right that we continue to remember those who suffered as a consequence of our troubled past. And whilst many wrongs have been done, it is important that we are not bound by these.' 

a group of people looking at a phone: The Duchess of Cambridge shakes hands following a visit to mental health charity Jigsaw at Temple Bar in Dublin today © Provided by Daily Mail The Duchess of Cambridge shakes hands following a visit to mental health charity Jigsaw at Temple Bar in Dublin today

Prince William and Kate are in the country to soothe post-Brexit relations between the UK and the Republic of Ireland. 

The couple got their hands dirty today, viewing a cattle field and laying hedgerows, and they enjoyed a romantic clifftop walk together after meeting young people facing mental health issues, homelessness, or drug and alcohol problems. 

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Prince William, Duke of Cambridge et al. posing for the camera: Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, attend a reception held by Irish Tanaiste (Deputy Prime Minister) Simon Coveney in Dublin, Ireland March 4 © Provided by Daily Mail Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, attend a reception held by Irish Tanaiste (Deputy Prime Minister) Simon Coveney in Dublin, Ireland March 4

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a woman standing next to a man in a suit and tie: William and Kate attend a wreath laying ceremony in the Garden of Remembrance at Aras an Uachtarain in Dublin on March 3 © Provided by Daily Mail William and Kate attend a wreath laying ceremony in the Garden of Remembrance at Aras an Uachtarain in Dublin on March 3

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William and Kate joined 13-year-olds Simon and Molly to visit a village shop to buy ingredients for vegetable soup.

Their trip to the Londis store in Prosperous, County Kildare, was supposed to be a secret but by the time they got there around 200 villagers had gathered outside to see them.

a couple of people that are standing in the kitchen: The Duchess of Cambridge prepare soup with members and staff in the kitchen area during a visit to Extern at Savannah House, in County Meath, near Dublin today © Provided by Daily Mail The Duchess of Cambridge prepare soup with members and staff in the kitchen area during a visit to Extern at Savannah House, in County Meath, near Dublin today

William stopped to take a selfie with Jennifer Malone, who gave him a bunch of daffodils for his wife.

Philip Stynes, owner of the store, admitted he had told a few customers about the royal visit on Tuesday night and word soon spread around the village.

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He added: 'It just snowballed from there. But even if we hadn't told them there would have been a big crowd. People live out on the streets here.'

Before they set off, the Cambridges inspected the fridge with the youngsters and checked the ingredients needed for the soup - all designed to teach the children life skills.

William said: 'There's only one leek. Do we have to stick to the menu?'

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge sitting on a couch posing for the camera: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge talk during a visit to mental health charity Jigsaw at Temple Bar in Dublin this morning © Provided by Daily Mail The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge talk during a visit to mental health charity Jigsaw at Temple Bar in Dublin this morning

He then told the others in the kitchen: 'We're going to shop for you. We'll be back in a minute. We'll bring back all the wrong ingredients.'

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The couple, who had 20 euro (£17) to spend, returned 15 minutes later with a bag of provisions including brown bread, butter and leeks.

After washing their hands, they donned aprons to help Simon and Molly, and Owen, 13, and Chloe, 15, prepare the meal for around 16 children and relatives.

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Later, the couple played a game of table tennis with other young people who are supported by Savannah House, a respite centre run by social justice charity Extern.

The duchess quipped about their cocker spaniel, Lupo: 'We try to do this at home but our dog keeps catching the ping pong balls.'

Each year around 300 children from across Ireland stay at the centre in Clane, County Kildare, for a maximum of three nights at a time to have a break from problems at home or while they are in care.

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge wearing a suit and tie standing next to a woman: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend a special reception at the Guinness Storehouses Gravity Bar in Dublin yesterday © Provided by Daily Mail The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend a special reception at the Guinness Storehouses Gravity Bar in Dublin yesterday

The Cambridges asked the children about whether they cook at home and what food they like.

As they washed and peeled carrots, Kate asked: 'Do you cook any vaguely healthy things?'

William asked the boys if they like pancakes, following Shrove Tuesday last week, and added: 'I tried to get my children to eat pancakes but they weren't so interested this year. Maybe next year.'

Before the couple left they sat down with another group of children to help decorate bunting with their own personal messages on what they like about Savannah House.

a man and a woman taking a selfie: The Duchess of Cambridge shakes hands following a visit to mental health charity Jigsaw at Temple Bar in Dublin today © Provided by Daily Mail The Duchess of Cambridge shakes hands following a visit to mental health charity Jigsaw at Temple Bar in Dublin today

The exercise was designed to make them take ownership of the centre and help them feel at home on their return visits, often for family therapy.

Extern supports more than 20,000 people per year, including 3,500 children in Ireland and 6,500 in Northern Ireland, affected by issues such as homelessness, drug and alcohol abuse, offending and mental health problems.

Its chief executive Charlie Mack said: 'The children we support are truly inspirational and Extern is committed to providing them with the opportunity to discover strengths and abilities they never knew they had.'

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